Blair Kamin Weighs in on Wrigley Plaza, Border Wall Designs

Is Wrigley Field’s new plaza a home run?

U.S.-Mexico border wall designs range from the complex to the curious.

And the Thompson Center tops the annual list of most endangered historic places.

Joining us with the latest in the world of the built environment is Blair Kamin, the Chicago Tribune’s Pulitzer Prize-winning architecture critic.  


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